Webinar:Architectural Options for WebRTC Multi-Party Calling

Duration: 50 minutes

Building real-time video communications can be challenging. Especially when it involves more than two participants. To pull off a multi-party call using WebRTC off-the-shelf you’ll need a strong backend infrastructure and a deep understanding of media processing.

This webinar will explore the different multi-party calling topologies, real-world uses of WebRTC in multi-party, and the three architectural approaches you can take to implement it.

What you will learn
  • Multi-party calling goes beyond group chat.
  • What architectural option is best for your use case - Mesh, SFU or MCU.
  • The pros and cons of each approach.
  • How third party platforms can help you scale with ease.
Badri RajasekarCTO & SVP Engineering, TokBox

Badri leads the core engineering and operations teams at TokBox. He is responsible for end-to-end service delivery, including product development, quality engineering, and customer solutions. He was instrumental in driving the development of the OpenTok cloud along with the transition of the OpenTok platform into WebRTC.

Tsahi Levent-LeviWebRTC Expert, Bloggeek.me

Tsahi Levent-Levi is an Independent Analyst and Consultant for WebRTC and has over 15 years of experience in the telecommunications, VoIP and 3G industry: as an engineer, manager, marketer and CTO. Tsahi is an entrepreneur, independent analyst and consultant, assisting companies to bridge between technologies and business strategy in the domain of telecommunications.

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